Troy Lofflin
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Troy Ann Lofflin passed away on May 21, 2020 at her home in Lawrence, Kan. She was 69 years old. She is survived by her daughter, Heather Lofflin, and two grandchildren, Harper and Zachary Comstock.

Troy grew up in Independence, Mo., and attended Van Horn High School. She then went on to Baker University and the University of Kansas, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in broadcast journalism. Troy enjoyed singing, and during her time at KU participated in vocal ensembles, including Jayhawk Singers, a jazz group. She made Lawrence her home for 20 years before moving to the San Francisco Bay area in 1994 where she worked in the financial district at a law firm. She often remarked how much she missed Kansas thunderstorms. After living in California for nearly 25 years, she returned to Lawrence in 2018. Troy enjoyed long conversations with friends and family, music, movies, and the arts. She had a hardy, contagious laugh, and taught her daughter to value meaningful and long-lasting relationships with friends.

At this time, there will be no memorial service. Because of her love of singing, donations can be made in her honor to the Lawrence Children's Choir.

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Published in Lawrence Journal-World on May 24, 2020.
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May 26, 2020
Troy was a friend of mine for many years. I have so many good memories of her. We shared countless conversations, meals, and trips together. I will miss so many things about her, especially her beautiful smile and contagious laugh. Heather, I am so sorry for your loss.
Linda Lang
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May 26, 2020
I have so many memories of amazing times with Troy. The last time I saw her was in San Francisco where we visited Union Square and she attended one of my daughters dance workshops. I am very sad about her passing and send my condolences to her family.
Mary Shaw
Friend
May 24, 2020
I'll always remember visits with her when Heather was in town during the 80s, and her fondness for our fashion. She introduced me to potato chips on tuna casserole, as I'd missed that American standard fare in my early life. She had such an incredible laugh! I enjoyed how she interacted with us as adults when we weren't quite there, yet. May happy memories being you peace, family. I know she loved you.
Renee
Friend
May 24, 2020
I'll always remember visits with her when Heather was in town during the 80s, and her fondness for our fashion. She introduced me to potato chips on tuna casserole, as I'd missed that American standard fare in my early life. She had such an incredible laugh! I enjoyed how she interacted with us as adults when we weren't quite there, yet. May happy memories being you peace, family. I know she loved you.
Renee
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